i-Twizzy Osaro CruddyBoiz

Computer / Software Engineer in Benin City, Nigeria

i-Twizzy Osaro CruddyBoiz

Computer / Software Engineer in Benin City, Nigeria

Aiweekhoe Osaro Godstime (born 24 May 1994), better known by his stage name i-Twizzy (sometimes stylised as i-Twizzy), is a Nigerian recording artist, songwriter and performer. He started his musical career at age 11, releasing a collaborative album with Glorious Five entitled Double IQ (2004). In 2009, he signed a record deal with CRB.'s imprint CruddyBoiz Entertainment. He rose to prominence in 2010 with the release of the song "Her Waist" from his debut studio album, Africa Dance (2011). "Africa Angel", Her Waist, "Mama Africa", "Baby Wait" and "FINE Fine Lady" were also released as singles from the Africa Dance album. i-Twizzy's self-titled second studio album, Afro Blast (2014), was preceded by the singles "Omoge", "Buggati", "My Boo", "Ayaya", "Go Down" and "Komaro". In addition to his solo work, i-Twizzy has collaborated with several artists and was featured on the hits "Tell Your Mummy" (with Wizkid), "Fine Lady" (with Naomi), "Makosa" (with Big Flow), "Osalobua" (with Emeepro), "Loke Loke" (with Samdclef), "Her Waist" (with Wizzy Jay) and "Ayaya" (with YoungFace).

His work and contribution to the Nigerian Music Industry has earned him several achievements, including a BET Award, a MOBO Award, three The Headies Awards, two Channel O Music Video Awards, four Nigeria Entertainment Awards, a Ghana Music Award, two Dynamix All Youth Awards, two City People Entertainment Awards, and a Future Award. In addition, he has been nominated three times at the MTV Europe Music Awards as well as four times at the World Music Awards. He was ranked 5th on Forbes and Channel O's 2013 list of the Top 10 Richest/Bankable African Artists. In February 2014.

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    • Nosakhare High School